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Times of India
Sai Baba moves to Shirdi, where believers an non-believers are equally amazed by his miracles and good deeds. The film traces some important moments in Baba's life.
This animated film is reasonably well-done, barring for some lip-sync glitches. The film is meant to entice the younger generation towards the teachings and preaching of Sai Baba and instill devotion in them.
The makers chose animation, since it is an appealing medium. Have they succeeded? Partially. The animation is pretty sound and the fact that they have kept their film to just 90 minutes long is commendable.
But, they makers, who are believers in Sai Baba themselves, falter on two fronts. They present many miracles or paavadas of Sai Baba with the assumption that people already know the background of the varied characters, hence looking a little amiss at times. Secondly, they use Kannada that isn't everyday language and rather bookish. This makes it rather tedious for the younger audience.
But for these two, this is a decent effort and worth a watch, especially for staunch Baba followers.